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Because they don't serve that in New Jersey! BUT if they did would you be carrying up a hotdog or po'boy......be honest (the beer is another discussion) PBR's all around!dug
Look at the end zone, Doug! They don't paint the visitors' name in the end zone in the NFL unless of course it's the Super Bowl.
What? No Lucky Dogs? Maybe the Lucky Dog carts are restricted to down on Bourbon Street? Hopefully you had time to go to Cafe Du Monde after the game for some beignets.
Say your right! But I was dreaming of a Po' boy and a Abita Turbodog! I bet that's what Jeremy Shockey was having.
Shockey was still a Giant when this picture was taken. Why were there so many Big Blue fans at the game, when it was the Saints' 2005 home opener?
Well, Lets see. The Saints were 3-13 that year so I bet they saw many opposing team colors in the stands. Warner left and Eli was made starting QB for the N.Y.F.G. that year. Did Archie allow the Giants fans to park their RV's at his place?
No, it's not the football. It's always the food. Follow the food. This is a foodball blog. I get it. Finally.
That explains tailgate parties, also. Whoever heard of tailgate parties at NHL, NBA, or MLB games? Only at National Foodball League games.
Baydog, Is that 80 or 82 on your jersey? I did not realize you where such a Visanthe Shiancoe fan. Is there a thing as a Visanthe Shiancoe fan?
It's now a Cruz jersey. Since nobody figured it out, this was the transplanted home opener for the Saints in the old Giants Stadium. Hurricane Katrina and the thousands of refugees made playing in the Superdome impossible. Nice gesture, but it didn't really feel like a home game for them at the time....